July 5

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Gentle Healing with QiGong

By Sue Ingebretson

July 5, 2016

balance, breathe, chronicillness, fibromyalgia, gentle, Healing, meditation, qigong, relief, Risa Gaull Brophy, Stress, taichi

As many of you know, I’m a BIG fan of tai chi and qigong. I’ve practiced them for more than 10 years and absolutely love the gentle flow, balance, and healing benefits they provide. I nudged my friend and colleague, Risa Gaull Brophy and she agreed to share her expert advice on qigong as it pertains to fibromyalgia and chronic illness healing. Read on to discover the surprising benefits qigong has in store for you!

 

Unlock Your Healing Potential…
By Risa Gaull Brophy, BS, MQT

 

What if you had the power to help your body heal just by using your breath, the focus of your intention, and gentle, flowing movements?  

 

Good news… you do!

 

For thousands of years, the Chinese people have been using the mind-body science of QiGong (“Chee-Gong”) to heal and strengthen their bodies. QiGong means “Energy Work”, and is a gentle system of exercises which stimulate and balance the energy (Qi) in your body to promote health and relieve stress – kind of like acupuncture without the needles!

Check it out at my FREE upcoming webinar, “3 Secrets to Energize Your Life!”  

 

 

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Western medical research is now finally beginning to validate what the Chinese people have known for thousands of years. There are thousands of studies, and more being done every year, on all the amazing health benefits of QiGong – including decreased pain and stiffness, increased immune function, and improved sleep … to name a few.  

Statistics also show that 90 – 95% of all illness has a stress-related component. When we’re worried, anxious, or in pain – the body is in a constant state of low level stress. This causes it to secrete cortisol and other stress hormones which throw off your digestive system, your hormone balance, affect your brain function, and create chronic inflammation in your body, which we now know is the underlying cause of all illness and disease.

One QiGong student who was living with chronic pain said, “By staying calmer, there is less tension in my body, so there is less pain as well. By moving slowly and gently, I was able to gradually increase my range of motion and the strength of my little-used muscles, which gave me hope that my body was not broken beyond repair.”  

 

 

The beauty of QiGong is that everyone can do it, regardless of physical ability. Any of the movements can be done smaller, slower, sitting, or standing – some can even be done lying down. You move within your limits, and let your body be your guide.  
So, if you want to maximize your body’s ability to heal, have less pain, more energy, a calmer mind, and a more peaceful spirit – then please join me for the “3 Secrets to Energize Your Life!”  FREE webinar:

 

Thursday, July 7th, 8:30pm EST

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You’ll learn lots of great tips to boost your energy, relieve stress, and some easy QiGong exercises you can do anytime you want to calm your mind, and energize your body … you’re going to feel wonderful!

 

 

This is FINAL encore of the webinar, and there won’t be a recording … so, mark your calendar now and be sure to come!

 

 

Looking forward to seeing you!

 

In Peace and Health,

 

Risa

 

 

About Risa Gaull Brophy, BS, MQT:  As an Integrative Medicine Consultant, Chinese Medical Qi Gong Therapist, and Health and Wellness Specialist for over 20 years, I combine ancient wisdom and modern science to help you enjoy radiant health and vibrant energy! For more information, or a private session, email:  Risa@FullCircleWellnessCT.com

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  1. My physician told me about this practice and is looking for a way to get me to a specialist without charging me an arm and leg for it. One of my blogging friends said she does it and it has amazing results for her!

    Also, thank you for including how to pronounce it. I’m terrible at sounding out words. How am I a writer? haha

    1. I’m so glad you found this helpful! I’ve been doing qigong – along with tai chi – for maybe 10 years now? Absolutely LOVE it! Many community centers provide classes and even if you’re not “of a certain age” they’ll often make exceptions for those dealing with mobility limitations.

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"True Healing requires a combination of healthy nutrition, healthy body movements, and emotional wellness. This is what I call the Restoration Trio" 
~ Sue Ingebretson